• Robert Santiago

    Trainer

    Born in France in 1959, Robert Santiago discovers the music of the Andes in the 70s and practical bansuri from the age of 8 years.
    At the same time, self-taught, he started to play was the diatonic accordion on various traditional repertoires and wrote his first compositions for this instrument.

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  • Martha Mavroidi

    Trainer

    Singer, lutist and composer from Greece.
    She has been singing and playing folk lutes from her childhood, performing music from Greece and the Balkans. Later she developed an interest in contemporary music, blending elements of folk music with contemporary harmony and improvisation.

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  • Athens Quintet 'Dimitrios Dounis'

    Musicians

    Beyond an authentic classical repertoire, Athens Quintet "D. Dounis" aspires to contribute to the promotion of the history of plucked string instruments (mandolin, mandola, mandocello, guitar), by encouraging and promoting the creation of contemporary works.

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  • Theologos Michellis

    Musician

    Theologos Michellis comes from the Northeast island of Dodecanese, Patmos. Grandson of big violinist of island, took his first courses in the violin from 9 years.

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  • Dalibor Pauric

    Musician

    Dalibor Pauric is a versatile Croatian musician skilled on multiple instruments.

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  • Josep Vilarrubla Martin

    Musician

    Class 1993, Josep Vilarrubla Martin is the youngest musician involved in the Euterpe Project. Eclectic musician he can play an extremely wide range of style, from folk music to ska.

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  • Orchestrina Adriatica

    Musicians

    Music, chants, inspired by different Mediterranean cultures and dialogue among peoples are intertwined in a show that combines new and traditional.

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  • Paul Goodman

    Musician

    Paul Goodman is an independent musician & composer originally from Dublin, Ireland now based for over ten years on the island of Crete in Greece. He is recognized for his personal sound on various traditional modal instruments such as the Cretan lyra the Turkish saz family of instruments (long necked lutes) but also for his innovative approach to modal composition.

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  • Milan Savic

    Musician

    Milan Savic graduated saxophone at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, in the class of Gordan Tudor, and also clarinet at the Belgrade Faculty of Music in the class of Ante Grgin.

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  • Francesco Savoretti

    Musician

    Percussionist, studied Afro-Cuban percussion at the University of Music in Rome and decided to deepen the Mediterranean sounds with the masters Arnaldo Vacca, Mohamed Abdalla, Andrea Piccioni and Massimo Carrano. In Siena continue studying jazz percussions with Maestro Ettore Bonafè.

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  • Ivan Patelac

    Musician

    He plays several instruments from the tambura family, including the Brač, as well as many other traditional wind and string instruments.

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  • Cinkuši

    Musicians

    Music is the main medium through which Cinkuši express their ideas and views on the world.

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  • It was a great experience.Very well organised and carried out by the best possible way.
    Everyone was very helpfull and willing to help us with everything. Jacov was an expert and excellent in arranging things.
    Cinkusi is the most united, well put and cheerfull band ever!

    - George Pappas, Athens - Greece -
  • George Pappas

    Musician

    George Pappas was born in 1982 in Athens. His love for traditional music started early and followed him throughout his music education.

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  • Brica

    Musician

    Zoran Bugarski, called and known as Brica, was born in 1981 in Novi Sad. As a young and ambicious tamburica and prim player, Zoran is dedicated to his instruments and to finding new directions in the tamburica music.

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  • Ilse Roskam

    Musician

    Refreshing, multicoloured and international... three words which describe the musical performance of Ilse Roskam or Miss Sanfona.

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  • Welcoming, intercultural, relaxed, challenging: some words describing the beautiful experience I had, being part of the EU.T.ER.P.E. project in Zagreb.

    - Ilse Roskam -
  • Mario Stefano Pietrodarchi

    Trainer

    Within Euterpe Project Mario Stefano Pietrodarchi conducted a masterclass on April 21st in "Kosta Manojlović" School of Music in Zemun (Serbia). The masterclass involved nr. 10 students of accordion.

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  • Belo Platno (White linen)

    Musicians

    Ensemble Belo Platno was founded in Belgrade in 1997 with commitment and efforts of people assembled by love towards the folk and traditional art and the common need to configure traditional songs and dances in artistic way while simultaneously preserving its origin, style and the basic characteristics.

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  • Dragana Tomić

    Musician

    "I am an artistic nomad, travelling across the exciting world of different cultures and the centrality of my practice is to be the keeper of my mother’s musical tongue, but I am open to many new experiences."

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  • Marko First

    Musician

    Marko First was born on June 15th 1984 in Zagreb, Croatia. He gained his first musical education in Music School "Blagoje Bersa" in Zagreb, taking the violin course, from 1990 to 1999.

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  • Projects like this are always an exciting experience, you never know what are you getting yourself into. Fortunately, the first host group was Belo platno from Belgrade, a band consisting of excellent musicians who have a lot of love for their music.

    - Marko First, Zagreb - Croatia -
  • Giorgos Kontogiannis

    Musician

    Giorgos Kontogiannis plays lyra and traditional percussions. He is a graduate of the Music Secondary School, where he was taught traditional and western music performance and theory.

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